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According to Moe's structural choice theory, political institutions are primarily shaped by

Moe's theory challenges the notion that political institutions are simply products of

The emergence of political institutions is influenced by

Moe's structural choice theory emphasizes the importance of

The agency of political actors in shaping institutions is emphasized by

Moe's structural choice theory argues against positivist theories that downplay the role of

Which type of power is derived from an individual's knowledge, skills, or expertise in a particular domain?

Which type of power is derived from the ability to provide rewards or incentives?

Which type of power is based on formal authority and position?

Which type of power involves the use of punishment or negative consequences?

Which type of authority is based on the leader's personal qualities?

What is the difference between government and governance?

What can we learn from Chinese in solidifying the society?

What is exclusion and inclusion in a democratic government?

Why do organizations excel at exclusion and poor at inclusion?

According to Moe, what is one criticism of the positivist approach to understanding political institutions?

According to Christensen, what is the definition of free riding in public organizations?

According to Christensen, what is bounded rationality in public organizations?

What are the three types of political culture identified in the text?

What is the difference between representative government and representative democracy according to the text?

According to Moe's structural choice theory, what role do individuals play in shaping institutional arrangements?

What factors determine the form and function of political institutions, according to the structural choice theory?

How do presidents and legislators strategically use their positions to influence the design of political institutions, according to Moe's theory?

What is the relationship between government and governance?

Why does the colonial history of the Philippines matter in understanding the maturity of the country as a state?

What are the requisites of a STRONG state?

What is exclusion and inclusion in a democratic government?

According to Moe, what is one criticism of the positivist approach to understanding political institutions?

According to Christensen, what is the definition of free riding in public organizations?

What are the two different logics that Christensen highlights as relevant in public organizations?

According to Christensen, what is bounded rationality in public organizations?

What is the difference between government and governance?

Explain the Condorcet Paradox by stating an example of an everyday situation that happens in groups

Why did statehood come first before nationhood in the Philippine context?

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Test your knowledge of Moe's structural choice theory and its impact on political institutions. Explore the theory's emphasis on the role of political actors and its challenge to conventional notions about the emergence of political institutions.

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